This attractive touristic route in the Czech Republic has become a footpath of about 12 km along rock-cut sculptets, built about 175 años ago. Such rock sculptures are rather unique in the field of art environments in Europe. The nearly 30 foot stone heads were built by Vaclav Levy in the mid 1800s and are locally known as Certovy Hlavy and The Devil Heads, and for generations have become an attraction locally. Other works, including artificial caves and fairy-story-inspired scenes, adorn other faces of the nearby rock.
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